In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
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- There were also too many references to farts and boogers, and too many disgusting pictures of warts and eyeballs.
- Not in the nose… And this kid could win an award for the world's biggest booger!
- It's like when you're told at the end of a long double date that you've had a booger on your nose the whole night.
- The worst thing I've ever gotten was a tissue with boogers in it.
- What kid doesn't like a good joke about boogers or farts?
- Kids do dumb things like eat boogers, worship Barney, and think world peace is possible.
- ‘Maybe I had a booger hanging out of my nose the whole time,’ I argued.
- I never knew my nose was capable of such boogers.
- Maybe I should go check the mirror and see if their is a booger hanging out of my nose.
- I don't know if it is more interesting than eating boogers.
- He has the cutest nephews… I did find out from those children that booger is said as bogey, pronounced boe-gee, haha.
- I was too busy digging this enormous booger out of my nostril.
- How do Baltimore artists grow past a fascination with wigs, boogers, and bicycles?
- Is there a booger hanging from my nose or something?
- You can wipe away your nose boogers if you want on it.
- But while doing a make-up check in the rearview mirror I found that I had a tiny little crusty booger on the tip of my nose.
- After an hour of talking about what boogers are made out of everyone went home.
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